APS111&113-2011-Assignment-Email-Instructions - 2011-09-15

APS111&113-2011-Assignment-Email-Instructions - 2011-09-15

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APS111&113 Email Assignment 2011 Assignment: Email to Client Due Date: Friday, September 23, 2011 at 12:10 p.m. A complete hard copy submission will include: a cover page, email assignment, audience analysis, research worksheet(s), and blank email grading rubric. Additionally, the email portion of the assignment must be submitted electronically to Turnitin.com. Late penalties apply if any of these components are late. Further submission details will be posted on Blackboard. This assignment is written as if it is an email to your client. It is an individual assignment to be handed in by each member of the class. Do not attempt to actually send the email to the client. The assignment can be written using any word processor package and formatted as if it is an email. Client Statement The client statement you will use for this assignment is given in the “APS111&113 Project Memo” posted in the Course Documents folder and the Assignments folder on the course portal. Instructions For the purposes of this assignment, your contact person is given in the Memo. Using the Audience Analysis form, develop a profile of him as your target audience. This will necessarily be speculative in nature. As is often the case in professional work, you do not have direct access to detailed information about your client, but you can and must work out a profile of the client based on what information you have and your best
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APS111&113-2011-Assignment-Email-Instructions - 2011-09-15

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